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3 months post-treatment and still clear of virus!!!!

Dear All,

Just wanted to share some good news to give hope adn courgae to those of you who are in treatmetn or considering it. My boyfriend was treated with Incivek (telaprevir) and we just got the news that he's still clear of virus (UNDetectable) after 3 months post treatment.
He was UND at 4 weeks so treated for 6 months, and we had a erally rough couple of months, but ut's worth it now.
He started treatment with Stage 3 liver damage.  We hope that a clean liver will help reverse some of the damage.
So hang in there!  Thanks for your support!
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317787 tn?1473358451
Thank you so much for sharing you give me and a lot of other people hope
Congratulations
Dee
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1689583 tn?1387752394
Fantastic news can't get better than that, good luck.
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374652 tn?1494811435
Yahoo, love those letters UND
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sweet!!!
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Thank you for the post! It is encouraging to hear. Hope is what this treatment and website are all about! Best wishes to you and your boyfriend!
G
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683664 tn?1330966324
I remember you, so glad to hear your fabulous news about your boyfriend!  I remember some of your posts and remember that triple tx was very challenging for him.  So glad he's clear!!!

Lapis
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Congratulations, this is good news.
Advocate1955
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Excellent news.. you are SVR!  So happy for you and hope I am right behind you!
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This is great news and thanks for the update!
best to you both...
Will
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That's great news!   How does he feel now that it's gone, I mean physically.  I can imagine how it must feel mentally.  :)
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Congratulations!  That is great news.  Hope he is feeling better and makes it to SVR.
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1491755 tn?1333201362
As I remember when I was in your position, chances for SVR are @96% at this point. Congrats.
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1815939 tn?1377991799
That is realy great news. Congratulations!
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